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The Resource Council of WNY Seeking Full Time Chief Executive Officer

The Resource Council of WNY is seeking a full time Chief Executive Officer. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to positively impact the lives of deserving families in Buffalo and move the organization forward, by leading with an innovative spirit and commitment to and passion for the agency’s mission. A minimum of five years of senior-level nonprofit management experience, leadership and fund development experience, financial acumen, strong communication skills, a collaborative work style and experience working with a Board of Directors are required. Educational background: College degree, preferably a Masters’ Degree.

Please send a letter of interest and resume to email: careers@resourcecouncilwny.org by February 26, 2021

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Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper is hiring!

Development Director

BNW is seeking an experienced Development Professional to oversee the organization’s advancement, development and fundraising projects, programs and portfolio in support of Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper’s mission. This position will work closely with the Executive Director and will be leading a team to develop, manage and implement organizational fundraising strategies, initiatives and projects.

Project Coordinator

The Project Coordinator will be responsible for assisting with the implementation of multiple projects and programs. This position will be part of a team working under direct supervision to undertake aspects of community outreach, education, tours, volunteer management, special events, and citizen science and restoration projects, including providing technical/scientific and advocacy support.  

For 30 years, Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper has been the guardian of Western New York’s fresh water. If you want to make a difference while you make a living, apply today!

For full job descriptions and applications instructions, go to: https://bnwaterkeeper.org/about/jobs/

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Tesla Looking to Hire Local Talent
Automaker Tesla has announced that it is ramping up hiring at its Gigafactory in South Buffalo to support self-driving capabilities in its new automobiles. They are seeking qualified candidates to fill Data Annotation Specialist positions, to learn more about the job or to apply, visit
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The Seneca Casino is Hiring!

The Seneca Casino is seeking to fill full and part-time positions. Attend the In-Person Job Fair Thursday, Dec. 25 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Seneca Niagara Event Center, 310 4th St. Niagara Falls. Must be 21 years of age or older to attend in person. Or attend virtually, same day, same time. Visit TheBest8Hours.com or call 1-833-SGC-BEST to reserve    your time slot.

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Seeking Full Time Chief Executive Officer

The Resource Council of WNY is seeking a full time Chief Executive Officer. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to positively impact the lives of deserving families in Buffalo and move the organization forward, by leading with an innovative spirit and commitment to and passion for the agency’s mission. A minimum of five years of senior-level nonprofit management experience, leadership and fund development experience, financial acumen, strong communication skills, a collaborative work style and experience working with a Board of Directors are required. Educational background: College degree, preferably a Masters’ Degree. Please send a letter of interest and resume to email: careers@resourcecouncilwny.org by February 26, 2021

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The African American Cultural Center is seeking candidates for the position of Part-time Assistant to the Executive Director.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate should be a dynamic individual with a demonstrated ability to achieve results in a demanding and fast paced environment. Job Duties: Reports directly to the Executive Director. Daily tasks include, but are not limited to: Schedules meetings, Handles internal communications, Drafts internal and external correspondence. Experience: Strong written and verbal communication skills, Administrative organizational skills , Proficiency in MS Office Suite and SharePoint; Knowledge of Excel, Experience in website maintenance , managing social media outlets Job Traits: Be Committed to serve the community and youth in our programs, Be available to work occasional nights and weekends as required to support special events.Submit a cover letter and resume to: tinawashingtonabubeker. aacc@gmail.com

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SUNY Buffalo State Seeking Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Buffalo State, State University of New York, seeks candidates for the position of Head Women’s Soccer Coach. For a full job description and to apply: https://jobs.buffalostate.edu.

ILGR Health Homes Care Coordinator- HHUNY. Batavia.

Provide care coordination services w/lead Health Home w/intent of decreasing highrisk medical and/or behavioral health costs for individuals being served in this Health Home. www.wnyil.org EEOC employment@wnyil.org.                                Salary range $35,070 to $37,080

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ICAN O/A Coordinator. Buffalo.  

Lead provider of technical assistance for HARP w/partner organizations and consumers through town meetings, presentations, and outreach. www. wnyil.org EEOC employment@wnyil.org $35K-$37K.

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Buffalo State, State University New Job Opening 

VDI-Linux-AD-Windows Administrator Buffalo State, State University of New York, seeks candidates for the position of VDI-Linux-AD-Windows Administrator. For a full job description and to apply: https://jobs.buffalostate.edu/postings/5160.

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2021 Openings at CAO 

Seeking Candidate Passionate About Social Impact!                                                                                      The CAO Housing Development Office is recruiting a Healthy Homes VISTA to coordinate housing-related social impact projects on Buffalo’s East Side. Candidates will have the opportunity to build professional experience in the area, expand their network, and earn an education award to go to school or pay back student loans. This is a full-time AmeriCorps VISTA position. Interested candidates should email resumes to: dcanfield@caowny.org.

Teacher III: Bachelors or Associates degree in Early Childhood Education with 2-3 years’ experience teaching preschool age children.

Teacher I II: A Child Development Associate (CDA) in infant development completed within one year from hire date is required (paid for by CAO). This credential requires a GED/ High School Diploma prerequisite.

•Substitute Teacher: High School diploma or GED. Previous Head Start experience preferred.

•Principal: Bachelor’s Degree in Early childhood or Child Development with 3 yrs. teaching exp. OR Associates degree with.   5 years teaching experience.

Certified Teachers: Part Time evening opportunities. BS in Elementary or Secondary Education with one-year exp. working with school age children. NYS Teacher’s Certification.

HR Benefits Specialist: Associates Degree, Bachelors preferred with 5 years’ experience in Benefits Administration.

Youth Services Counselor: High School Diploma with one-year experience working with children.

Program Coordinator: Associates degree, minimum 3 yrs. exp. supervising senior and youth sports activities (Pratt Community Center). MUST have valid NYS Driver’s license.

Youth Services Site Coordinator & Program Coordinator: 1 or more of the following: Associates degree, Elementary Education, NYS Children’s Program credential, School Age Child Care credential, Preferred Bachelor’s degree. 2 yrs. exp. working with children, at least 1 yr. Supervisory exp. in a childcare program.

•Maintenance Associate: Exp. in janitorial work, ability to learn handyman skills that would involve carpentry and plumbing. High School diploma or GED required.

•Nutrition Associate: Good knowledge of the methods to preparing and cooking foods in large quantities and the health and safety involved. High School diploma or GED required.

Apply now on our website www.caowny.org

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PUSH BUFFALO is Hiring

Housing Justice Manager The purpose of the Housing Justice Organizing Manager is to run and win campaigns for housing justice that centers the lived experiences and leadership of community members in Erie and Niagara County, with specific attention to the city of Buffalo. The Housing Justice Organizer will create and facilitate PUSH’s Housing Justice Campaign Team where leaders will receive intentional leadership development, political education, skills training and practice self-governance and democratic decision-making processes. As of 2020, the Housing Justice Organizer will work on local (Tenant Power and Our City Builds), state (Upstate/Downstate Housing Alliance) and national (People’s Action Homes Guarantee) housing justice campaigns and coalitions.

Senior Community Development Project Manager The Project Manager (PM) will be a key member of BNSC’s affordable housing and community development team. In this role, the PM will be responsible to work on creation of new affordable housing developments and management of community development programs The Senior PM will also partner with the Director of Planning and Community Development to focus on new projects, new business lines, and the existing pipeline. BNSC’s current work includes a variety of residential and commercial projects from small residential rehabilitations, to a sustainable mixed-use workforce training center, to infill and new build development. BNSC and PUSH’s current portfolio of affordable housing includes over 100 units of affordable housing on several sites, 11 units currently under construction, and approximately 53 units of supportive and affordable housing in pre-development.

Director of Community Development People United for Sustainable Housing (PUSH Buffalo) seeks a Director of Community Development to lead our affordable housing and related community development activities, centered primarily on the West Side of Buffalo, New York.                                                                                                                                                                   The Director of Community Development leads PUSH/BNSC’s efforts to create high-quality affordable and sustainable housing for low income households, and community development projects that advance economic justice. The Director works with the PUSH Executive Team and other PUSH staff to grow and manage our existing housing portfolio. As a member of the senior team, they collaborate with other leaders of our organization on programs and policy activities.                                                                   The Director of Community Development supervises the Senior Project Manager and the Project Manager. They oversee the Property Manager, who manages the property management and maintenance team. The Deputy Director of Administration supervises the Director of Community Development. The Director of Community Development also reports to the BNSC board of directors on Community Development activities.                                                                                                                                            We seek a creative, mission driven developer to become our next Director of Community Development. They will be comfortable carrying out comprehensive community planning processes, together with the board, the community and others on staff, in order to determine project priorities. They will work on a variety of projects that reflect the community’s vision for the West Side

Go To PUSHBUFFALO to Learn More about these Positions 

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BioRush Looking for Skilled LPNs and RN’s 

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KGR STAFFING LOOKING TO HIRE


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JOBS: Buffalo Employment and Training Center

BETC 716-856-5627 www.workforcebuffalo.org The BETC is here to help with your job searching needs. We have free services to all jobseekers looking to find better paying work. Orientation Times: Monday – Thursday, 10 am or 2 pm.

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WHO NEEDS A JOB?

3000 Jobs in Buffalo paying $30,000 to $50,000 per year We are proud and excited to announce Northland Workforce Training Center, an advanced manufacturing and energy training facility opening in July. We are actively searching for new students to enroll in our 6 for-credit technical skills training programs taught by SUNY Alfred State and SUNY Erie faculty, which include: Machine Tool Technology, Welding Technology, CNC Precision Machining, Mechatronics Technicians, Energy Utility Technology and Electrical Construction and Maintenance Electrician. Northland is uniquely designed to reduce all major barriers students encounter that may prohibit program completion. We offer career planning services, transportation, childcare, academic readiness and financial aid assistance to ensure program completion and successful employer placement. If you are looking for a new career opportunity, consider advanced manufacturing or energy, where you could earn an average starting salary of $30+k to $50+K (based on experience). Please take advantage of this tremendous opportunity, come learn more by attending one of our pre enrollment sessions at 1670 Broadway on Tuesdays at 6:00 pm, Wednesdays at 10:00 am or Thursdays at 4:00 pm. Take the next step towards your future, stop by to see us today. For more information call Duncan Kirkwood at (716) 436- 3229 or visit www.NorthlandWTC.org.